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11: Will Faerber

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Will Faerber is an International recording artist and singer/songwriter whose 1997 release “No Small Comfort” was hailed as “one of the best of the year” by David Allen from the BBC. The recording spawned five dance club hits and kept Will and his band touring the UK and Europe for three years where they headlined such notable festivals as the Jacksonville and the Americana while also performing at London’s Wembley Arena twice. Will runs his own record label called Plustone Music that features an eclectic array of artists worldwide. Our conversation covers some great musical terrain here from the history of jazz and rock ‘n roll to what it means to be a musician in today’s world. This interview was originally recorded on February 16th 2021.

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